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Second Market row. --Robert F. Kirby was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of being engaged in th assaulting and beating Henry Burns and John McLaughlin. Kirby, after taking several smiles of "head splitting fluid, " end that he retreated behind his counter, closely followed by Kirby, who had his temper up, and was in for a muss.--Finding it to escape his pursuer, Burns seized an old sword, and gave Kirby a cut between the two eyes, which made the blood fly, and enabled him to get out of the way, leaving the room to Kirby. Just their McLaughlin staggered in, very much fatigued from the effects of strong drink, and reeling up in front of Kirby, was knocked down and stamped in a shocking manner.--Finding no other antagonist worthy of his muscle, Kirby was about to retire, when officer Chalkley made his appearance and took him into custody. The Mayor, after hearing the evidence, held Kirby to bail in $500 to answer an indictment by the Grand Jury, and req